publication . Article . 1996

The study of bio-environment effects of Neka power plant

F. Laloei;
Open Access Persian
  • Published: 01 Jan 1996
This study was performed in Neka Power Plant during one year and started in March 1991, to survey on the effect of Neka Power Plant on the environment and the possibility of fish Farming by use of outlet water. For this purpose the water sampling has been done each month for chemical analysis. The primary sampling and survey showed that the outlet water contained human and industrial Sewages. The difference between water temperature in outlet water and the Caspian Sea was 1OºC and the amount of free chloride in outlet water varied between 0 and 6.8 mg/lit and 300 kg ferrous sulphate was daily injected into water per unit or Power Plant. The plankton and benthos ...
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free text keywords: Environment, Survey, Temperature, Pressure, Species, Chemical, Plankton, Bio-environment, Chemical analysis, Chloride, Ferros sulphate, Neka, Caspian Sea, Iran, Environment, between, fish, sea, lcsh:Agriculture, lcsh:S, lcsh:Aquaculture. Fisheries. Angling, lcsh:SH1-691
European Marine Science
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